As Tiffany Gabbay reported on the front page yesterday, Pat Buchanan's contributor status at MSNBC is over after 10 years.
"[M]y departure represent an undeniable victory for the blacklisters," he wrote in his syndicated column.
Maybe Buchanan will find a friend in Fox News, which has a habit of picking up media outcasts (Juan Williams after NPR firing, Don Imus after CBS firing). But he won't find one in Chris Wallace.
"He has said some pretty unpleasant things," Wallace said today on Mike Gallagher's radio show. "[Y]ou know, you don’t have a right to be on MSNBC or Fox or any of these place."
Listen to the full exchange between Wallace and Gallagher here: